Religions... If You Don’t Believe What I Believe You’re Doom

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The most terrorizing thought behind this concept is that of dread for what may be coming upon someone after living this life in the physical body.  According to many religions all over the planet, upon your exit from this existence, your everlasting, ever eternal, soul is is in danger of being cast into either darkness or eternal fire.  

Have you ever really wondered where religion derived from?  Taking into account the many traditional resources like the Bible, Koran, Kabbalah, Bagavad Gita, Tao, and many more, where did these concepts derive from? 

With so many people believing in these different writings, claiming that each, in its own right, is the one truth, why is it that there are still many who do not believe.   Why so many different varieties of doctrines?  Better still, why have so many people died throughout the history of mankind in wars stimulated by these religious concepts?  Many have turned their back on family members, friends, and loved ones based on their belief in these doctrines. Today there are still many that defend the very concepts of these writings, which were created during ancient times.   Research reveals that these very writings have been modified throughout history; yet, many still defend what they believe to be the inspired word of the Divine Creator(s).   It's time to look at the source of these religions through the recipe that made them.

Join Charene Henderson, Spiritual Metaphysical Life-Coach, and Clairvoyant Empathic, as we examine the many different revelations regarding the concepts that make up what we call religion.  We welcome your input as we present this intriguing discussion! Join us in studio this Friday, June 28th, at 9:30 pm.

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